Miami soul singer/composer Paul Kelly was a consistent '70s R&B artist whose songs distinguished the repertoire of many southern soul singers. After recording for Buddy Killen's Dial label in 1965, Kelly debuted on the R&B charts with "Stealing in the Name of the Lord" in 1970 for Happy Tiger Records. Killen produced some of Kelly's subsequent output for Warners Brothers in Nashville, including the grinding "Don't Burn Me" in 1973. Kelly's compositions graced a number of albums, including the 1991 Holmes Brothers encore album for Rounder, Where It's At. ~ Bill Dahl, Rovi